The Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle Earth is holding its first regional test in the Philippines. EA has been working on this free-to-play RPG in association with Middle-earth Enterprises.
Middle-earth holds rights over J.R.R. Tolkiens’s literary works, which include The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. The global version is also expected to launch soon.
You can watch the trailer here on YouTube.
The game is reported to feature a wide array of characters from the Tolkien universe, along with turn-based action, collectables, and immersive storytelling. EA released a teaser trailer, giving us a brief insight into the game's main narrative.
The story starts off with a new ring being discovered in Middle Earth and it has the power to change history. Players will have the choice to use the ring for good or evil alongside playing y with characters across various Middle Earth factions such as Haradrim and Dunedain.
Electronic Arts has a history with the Tolkien world as it has made games for PC and consoles based on The Lord of the Rings novels and movies. The game is EA’s first venture into mobile gaming based on this fan-favourite universe.
The game is being built for both iOS and Android. iPhone 6S or later models with OS version 13 or later are required for gamers with an iPhone. Android users need to have an Android version of 5.0 or higher, a Quad Core 1.5H processor, and at least 2GB of RAM.
The Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle-earth is the newest game to be added to EA's growing mobile portfolio. The business keeps delivering top-notch live services and exceptional experiences to players on various devices worldwide.
To strengthen its mobile business, EA recently completed acquisitions worth $2.4 billion for Glu Mobile and $1.4 billion for Playdemic.
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